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office, and who's already won on facebook? >>> plus charlie sheen finally goes too far for the producers of his top rated tv show. your first look at entertainment is straight ahead. how are you getting to a happier place? running there? dancing there? how about eating soup to get there? campbell's soups fill you with good nutrition, farm-grown ingredients, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a liquid gel. zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®. >>> welcome back inform "first look." i'm lynn berry. it's time for first look entertainment news. when it comes to charlie sheen, cbs and warner brothers have had it. last night the companies jointly announced production on "two and a half men" is over for the season, blaming sheen's, "statements, conduct, and decisions." it reverses a statement that earlier announced the production would resume and came after another rambling radio interview in which
? >>> and charlie sheen in his own words. >> all these radio rants have people thinki ining charlie she has got to be on drugs again. >> yeah. sure. i am on a drug. it's called charlie sheen. >>> and on top of that, a night fit for a king. it was oscar gold for "the king's speech." we're live in hollywood. >>> good morning. the u.s. is stepping up pressure on libyan leader moammar gadhafi to step down. >> and the head of the u.n. meets with president obama today at the white house for more talks. emily schmidt is joining us, now, from washington, with the latest details. >> reporter: good morning to you. secretary of state hillary clinton spoke this weekend of a post-gadhafi libya. but if the world is expecting him to step down, he is sure showing no signs of hastening the process. anti-government protesters have taken control as close as they can get to libya's capital. just one city away. this man says, the people do not want moammar gadhafi. neither does the u.s., which says the libyan leader of four decades must leave immediately. and neither does the united nations security council, which
to wear a tuxedo, so i wore this. weird party. i just got a text message from charlie sheen. >> co-host james franco in drag was awkward, if not entertaining. he and anne hathaway were chosen to help make the oscars look more young area more hip but some are calling the show a bit of a snoozer and the host a bit out of place. but did you catch this? amy adams jaw-dropping 1.35 million dollars worth of jewelry. quite a night. >>> charlie sheen admits he's on a drug and it's called charlie sheen. he opens up the drugs. his two girlfriends who he calls goddesses and his nasty war with tv executives. >> trying to pretend like i'm not special. i'm tired of pretending i'm not a [ bleep ] rock star from mars and people can't figure me out. >> five states may have been exposed to the measles because of one passenger. are you at risk? we will dig into that. >>> severe weather developing now and tornado watches. bill karins is watching it all. where are the dangerous spots you're watching there? >> washington, d.c. are under a tornado watch until 4:00 this afternoon. pretty potent storm syst
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? and they will lose. charlie sheen on "good morning america" and he seems to be in denial of most everything but i'll be a charlie's uncle, uncle sam. there is a connection. welcome, everyone, i am neil cavuto, what is the difficult friends between charlie cooped up in a hotel sweet and these guys? one is blow his own money and does not see it, and the others are blowing out our money and won't admit it so the actor justified bad behavior with more bad behavior, and the actors bad spending with still more bad spending. one guy is blowing a sure thing and maybe losing a bundle and the others are blowing out a bundle and leaving us sure of one thing: washington's ways aren't getting better and neither is charlie. both have a problem seeing the mess each is in. and both prefer digging a ditch they simply cannot dig out. charlie wants to get back to work and politicians promising they will get back to business, but, clearly, signaling we are going to pay because charlie ain't changing. live with it. and these guys promising cuts of 4 billion to keep the government going for a couple of weeks airport c
on a solution? also, you've seen this, charlie sheen speaking out in his first television interview after his hit show was canceled for the season. >> i'm tired of pretending like i'm not special i'm tired of pretend like i'm [ bleep ] report star from mars. >> what about report his wants to sue for more than $300 million. >>> the "news nation" gut check, parents fight back after a school ends corple punishment. why a lot of parents want to keep paddling. >>> good day. break weather news just in. you can see it on your screen. a tornado has touched down, this is about a mile away from a middle school in franklin county, tennessee. we're getting new information as we speak. that school was occupied, it was in session at the time, but we're hearing from the vice principal no immediate reports of injuries. the students were in the school's designated safe zones, againing taking place in franklin county, tennessee, students will stay there until warnings expire. again a tornado touching down in parts of tennessee. that's about two hours outside nashville. >>> the "news nation" following late deve
, charlie sheen in close. >> he has an army of assassins. >> the only thing he may be killing is his career i'm dealing with fools and trolls. >> now after the network has scrapped his show, charmly sheen has something else to say. >> but first, a man from the muammar khadafy inner circle warned that libyan strong man may use mustard gas against his own people. he seems to be mentally unstable or f not completely detached from reality. washington took new action against libya as khadafy launched a news crackdown on his own people. first new sanctions as the security situation deteriorated today. the u.s. embassy in libya shut down and military cooperation with the country limited today and washington declared colonel khadafy has no legitimacy. they aired video addressing supporters in central tripoli. he blew kisses in the audience and told people to dance and sing and be happy and have fun. he told him he is going to start handing them weapons. >> at a suitable time we will open the armed depot so all tribes become armed so libya is becomes red with fire. >> some areas in the capital are a
one sitcom. you won't believe what charlie sheen had to say this time. but let's start with libya because as it spirals out of control, the wave of unrest sweeping through the middle east is leading to massive protests ç today. hundreds of thousands of people all around the region this morning. take a look at the scene in iraq where they are demanding better services from government. in bahrain near record pro democracy protests for the second time this week. major demonstrations in yemen as well as egypt. now some americans frantically trying to get out of libya are heading for the island of malta, scheduled to arrive in the next hour two. they are leaving behind a chaotic scene as libyan leader moammar gadhafi is showing more signs of desperation. check this out. libyan state tv has been running what it calls confessions from youth who claim drugs that led them to rise up. that's what gadhafi claimed was going on. off camera you can actually hear someone telling them what to say. nbc's richard engel is on the ground in libya with the latest for us. >> reporter: benghazi is the
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. that is why charlie sheen is television's highest-paid actor but is he out of a job? >> this sitcom he stars in was on hiatus after he publicly blasted his bosses, the network pulled the plug for the rest of the season. >> and education group is making plans to march on annapolis. what they are planning to ask their lawmakers. >> cbs is pulling the plug on their hit comedy "two and a half men." >> this follows a radio interview with charlie sheen in which he trashed his bosses. >> for the number one sitcom, the plot has been pulled. now, the personal and professional future of charlie sheen is up in the air. >> this kind of flaming out is unprecedented for info and send of the fleet after intensify for thursday after his interview with alex jones. >> there is a new sheriff in town. >> he took a verbal shot at his ex-wife, alcoholics anonymous, and the crater. >> i have spent close to the last decade magically converting your tin cans into pure gold. >> cbs and warner brothers shutdown production for the remainder of the season citing the statement of charlie sheen's conduct. >> he has done d
business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, more headlines from charlie sheen and a speak peek at his exclusive interview coming up later this morning on "the today show". >> coming up. some great finishes m mba. baseball loses a legend, and a cheerleader takes the game into his own hands. you're watching "early today." >> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm veronica de la cruz. here are some of your top headlines this morning. pressure is mounting on gadhafi's faltering regime. opposition groups are expanding their control of key cities mere the country's capital. meanwhile, the key prosecutor of the international criminal court at the hague said reports of attacks against civilians by forces loyal to qadhafi could be calls due to crimes against humanity. the top prosecutor there has banned ousted president hosni mubarak and his family from leaving the country. the prosecutor ordered their funds "impounded." >>> meanwhile, unrest sweeping lou the arab world has now spread to theç gulf nation of omam where riot police clashed with demonstrators yesterday. 64 were ki
with the possibility of a federal government shutdown looming at the end of the week. >>> actor charlie sheen goes on tv to take out his anger over the suspension over his hit cbs sitcom, two and a half men. >>> tonight, police are concerned that he is going to attack again and soon. >> the suspect is responsible for raping 17 women and ten of those attacks happened in our area. new at 5:30, lindsey mastis shows us a website police created to catch this predator. >> for 14 years, the east coast rapist eluded police, composites date back to 1997 and looking at them is like watching him age. police believe he's in his 40s. investigators say he raped 17 women and girls. his last known attack happened here in dale city, virginia, on halloween night in 2009. >> he was armed with a handgun and a mask. he led them into a wooded area where he sexually assaulted the girls. >> john kelly says the suspect raped two 17-year-old girls and attacked their 16-year-old friend. he's attacked women in four states, maryland, virginia, rhode island, and connecticut. police are putting the information they have abo
's most expensive purse. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. plus, charlie sheen finally goes too far for the producers of his top-rated tv show. >>> coming up, a big loss for the st. louis carpals and the celts wheel and deal at the trade deadline. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry. here are some of your top headlines this morning. u.s. forces are reportedly scaling back most of its forces in one of the most dangerous and remote valleys of eastern afghanistan to focus on protecting citizens in more popular areas. u.s. officials say the wall from the pesh valley is in line with the military's doctrine which focuses on providing security to afghan civilians, but some afghan forces worry it amounts to an abandonment of key terrain where insurgents are well established. >>> kentucky authorities have found the bodies of three amish children who were swept away in a creek swollen by heavy rains. they're still searching for another child. a mother and her six children were trying to cross the creek in thei
just ahead -- charlie sheen's war. the embattled actor comes out fighting. >> charlie says -- >> they picked a fight with a warlock. >> and shares confessions of a dangerous mind. >> charlie says -- >> you can't process me with a normal brain. >> face-off is a government shutdown looms. which side will blink first? >>> and accept the charges? bernie madoff, in his own words. >> a nightmare for me, yes, of course, only for me. >> for him? no remorse. no shame. the madoff prison tapes, ahead. >>> good afternoon. those stories coming up in a moment. we begin with fast moving developments around the conflict in libya. right now, president obama is meeting at the white house with the u.n. secretary-general ban ki-moon. secretary of state hillary clinton is in geneva where she's echoed the president's calls for colonel gadhafi to step down immediately. we've learned, a short time ago, the united states military is moving assets closer to that country. yet, gadhafi has just told a bbc reporter that the people of libya love me. nbc's stephanie gosk is inside libya, and, stephanie,
thought a little bit of instant coffee could cause this kind of chaos? >>> and charlie sheen goes off on his own gadhafi style rant, causing them to pull the plug on "two and a half men." the question is has charlie sheen been drinking nescafe recently? it's way too early for this. >>> mike barnicle in for willie geist. this is the final chapter of way too elderly, the show that praise to god almighty that the rain doesn't delay my flight back to boston later today. i'm glad you're up with us watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius xm radio. shoot us an e-mail at waytooearly@msnbc.com and let us know why you're awake right now. or you can do what emilio esteves' brother does and test the word awake and your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. >>> the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for thisç friday, february 25th. there's a lot going on today, including word that general david petraeus has ordered an investigation into allegations that the u.s. army used psy-ops on senators to boost the war in afghanistan. >>> plus what do you do when
men" for the rest of the season. charlie sheen gave a no holds barred radio interview where he attacked the show's creator. sheen was speaking with alex jones, the host of his own nationally syndicated radio show. alex joins us right now by phone and he said something like, you know, he called chuck by his jewish, first name, jewish birth name there. he just ranted on and on. was this the kind of interview you expected when you bookedç charlie sheen? >> no, it wasn't. i wanted to get charlie on because i've been out at his home a few weeks ago and he is completely clean and off drugs. i was there when nurses were coming every day to get a urine test and he's working out and getting back in shape and i'm like, come on. tell folks, you know, that you're getting back on the right track. and then he said, hey, let's talk about the show some. and, you know, i can't say that it's a great thing, the jokes he was making about chuck and i talked to him last night, it was just meant as a joke, that was, you know, kind of out of the blue. but the big issue here is that charlie wants to
this morning. bill: i'm on charlie sheen! martha: you are! glad to have you with us this monday morning. i'm martha maccallum. what an incredible day as this plays out in wisconsin's state capitol. you wonder what it's like, how it smells like in there, what the environment is like. protestors ignored the deadline, police asked them to leave, they did not. you can see the sleeping bags. bill: that's a tough night on marble. the budget in limbo, no settlement vet. mike tobin spent a long weekend in madison. what's happening now mike? >> reporter: this is the second time the demonstrators have overwhelmed a deadline to clear out the capitol. capitol police say they simply want to get the place clean after two weeks of these demonstrations and people tracking in all the outside everything out of the capitol grounds. right now there are several dozen people still inside of the capitol and a little cleaning is going on in between them -- between them but they elected to sleep on the floor of the capitol, pass thank deadline, the capitol police ultimately decided what they wanted to do was avoid
hollywood bad boy charlie sheen sent his private jet to pick up giants star brian wilson and his beard. we're not making this up. >>> also ahead, when it come to shedding pounds, lots of people are turning to surgery. the new research on which procedure actually works best. >>> and going red. the tiny hold that led them to dream big. never in my lifetime did i think i could walk 60 miles in 3 days. 60 miles compared to what a cancer patient goes through is a walk in the park. from the moment i registered, people started immediately supporting me and asking me how they could help. you meet the most wonderful, inspiring people. when you accomplish those 60 miles, it's truly life-changing. (man) register today for the... and receive $25 off your registration fee. because everyone deserves a lifetime. >>> medical researchers have said a little swine good for you. >> now one family is making a very special wine they're hoping will do wonders to keep hearts healthy. >> he was born a little premature. >> reporter: doctors heard a murmur in his heart. >> by the time he was 8 years old, i could tel
about today. charlie sheen, he lets loose in a big way. jeff rossen spent most of the day with him yesterday and joins us from los angeles with more. >> yeah, we showed up there for a very candid conversation inside his mansion in beverly hills. i met his twin boys. the goddesses, his two live-in girlfriends he's living with. we spoke about a wide range of topic, drug abuse to depression to violence. advice from his father. >> ever show up to the set drunk? >> never once. a little bit sideways. never loaded, never drunk. i'm there to show others how it's done. it's not really rocket science. >> you're angry. >> not angry. i'm passionate. everybody thinks i should be begging for my job back. it's everybody else that's going to be beg iging me for their jo back. i'm a man of my word. i'll finish with show, even season ten. 3 million an episode, take it or leave it. >> you make 2 million an episode now -- >> roughly. >> and you want 3 million. >> i'm underpaid. look at the money they're making. i'm tired of pretending like i'm not special, like i'm not [ bleep ] rock star from mars. p
words. >>> and not so sorry, charlie. charlie sheen fires back at his bosses in his first morning show interview since they pulled the plug on his hit sit com and he says they owe him an apology. >> they owe me an apology, a big one, while they are licking my feet. i'm tired of pretending i'm not special. i'm trying to pretend my not a rock star from mars. >> if the show is brought back, what will it take for sheen to return? wait until you hear what he's asking for today, today, monday, february 28, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning. welcome to a special edition of "today" on a monday morning. i'm matt lauer in new york. meredith soaking up the post oscar fun and the question we have, are you going to take as much credit for "the king's speech" winning best picture this year as you did for "slumdog millionaire" two years ago? >> yes. >> congratulations. your movie won. >> i know. first of all, welcome back, matt. it's nice to see you. such a big night for "the king's speech." you may remember when the nom
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the biggest network comedy on television. but tonight "two and a half men" is shut down after charlie sheen's bizarre rant on a radio talk show. >> you're completely clean, aren't you? >> 100%. you know, here's your first pee test. next one goes in your mouth. no, you won't get high. it's all good. it's all good, guys. >> reporter: in the 20-minute live interview sheen says he healed himself, insists he's ready to return to work. then attacks the show's producers and creator. >> look what i'm dealing with. i'm dealing with fools and trolls because don't have time for these clowns. don't have time for their judgment and stupidity. you know, they lay down with their ugly wives in front of their ugly children and look at their loser lives and say, i can't process it. well, no, you never will. stop trying. sit back and enjoy the show. >> reporter: it all comes after sheen trashed his room after a night of partying at the plaza hotel. and a series of disturbing public outbursts. cbs and warner brothers announced they had had enough. based on the totality of charlie sheen's statements, conduct an
. >> very scary. >>> later in "the skinny," this never ending drama, charlie sheen's hit show "two and a half men" is put on hold. how the star is involved in a really, really nasty war of words. charlie may have shot himself in the foot big time. >> you can say that again. >>> first, hundreds of americans are trying to flee libya. they may get their chance to do so today, improving weather is now expected to allow their ferry to leave. >> citizens of other countries who have made it out describe a frightening scene, horrible images, bodies hanging from power poles, militia trucks full of corporations. lara setrakian reports. >> reporter: the fighting on thursday centered on a gateway city to the capital tripoli. witnesses say antigovernment protesters have been staging a sit-in at a mosque where forces loyal to moammar gadhafi attacked them with heavy artillery. al jazeera spoke to one zawiyah resident. >> they shot the people in the head and in the chest, direct, so they was trying to kill the people, not just fire on them. >> reporter: fighting intensified in other cities near t
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headlines from charlie sheen and a sneak peek at his exclusive interview coming up later this morning on the "today" show. >>> some great finishes in the nba, baseball loses a legend and a cheerleader takes the game into his own hands. you're watching "early today." >> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." i'm veronica de la cruz. here are some of your top headlines this morning. pressure is mounting on ga caffey's faltering regime. that comes as the obama administration says it is ready to offer, quote, any type of assistance to hose seeking to oust the long time leader. >>> for the second sunday in a row, a massive police turnout in china blocked online calls for pro democracy demonstrations modelled after the uprisings in egypt. >>> and in shanghai, street cleaning streets repeatedly drove through busy districts from venting crowds from forming. >>> and unrest has spread to oman where riot police clashed with demonstrators. 64 were killed as security forces fired tear gas and rubber bullets. >>> america's last surviving veteran of world war i has died. frank buckles pass
was a bona fide threat, hiding virtually in plain sight. >>> and the plug has been pulled on charlie sheen's sitcom for now. that's after the star's latest rant on the radio. >>> good friday morning, everyone. thanks for being with us. the international community could take its first action today against libyan leader moammar gadhafi. the u.n. security council meets this afternoon, right here in new york. >> president obama has been consulting with top european leaders over possible sanctions against the libyan regime. emily schmidt is in washington with more on the crisis. good morning, emily. >> reporter: rob and peggy, good morning to you. diplomats say they are not ruling out any options on sanctions. this means the libyan dictator could face more resistance from abroad, to go along with the uprisings at home. lib onanti-government protesters are moving closer to their capital, closer to moammar gadhafi's control. >> there's no division between us. all one team. and we'll fight as one team, until we die or he's out. >> reporter: gadhafi shows no signs of leaving voluntarily. in a call
-year-old twins. not a good situation. >> steve: yeah. so anyway, the charlie sheen saga continues. join the weekend folks for "fox & friends" this weekend. they kick things off tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. 'til 10:00 a.m. eastern time. >> gretchen: have a fantastic weekend. >> steve: bye-bye. go on a friday morning. it all came down to a dramatic late night vote. >> 61 ayes, the bill has passed, 69. all in favor, say aye, all opposed say nay, the ayes have it, the bill is in the senate, the assembly is adjourned. bill: what a scene that was! in madison, wisconsin. republicans in the state assembly, catching democrats off guard passing a controversial budget bill, but that battle not over yet. we're not awaiting a move in the senate in washington where democrats are still blocking action by not showing up for work. the governor scott walker, a republican, warning that chamber has to vote today or there will be massive layoffs of public employees. we have reached that point, everybody. good morning, welcome here. i'm bill hemmer, live in "america's newsroom". here we go, martha. martha: good mor
has gone onto become huge stars. >> charlie sheen's antiic has given him unwanted attention. the latest comment that caused a major decision on exec -- byexecutives on "two and half men. >> >>> now you can use the social network outlet on america idol and you can do so beginning next week. to stay fit, you might also want to try lifting one of these. a unique sea salt added to over 40 campbell's condensed soups. helps us reduce sodium, but not flavor. so do a few lifts. campbell's.® it's amazing what soup can do.™ funny how nature just knows how to make things that are good for you. new v8 v-fusion + tea. one combined serving of vegetables and fruit with t g goodness of green tea and powerful antioxidants. refreshingly good. >>> time for entertaint news. product has been shut down on "two and a half men" for the rest of the season. cbs says it was base on charlie sheen's statements that he had plus his conduct and his condition. the news came the same day sheen lashed out at the show's creator on a syndicated radio show. he called him a clown. sheen says that he had turne
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to the minute irreverence. >> i'm joel mchale, or as charlie sheen calls me, mordecai rabinowitz. >> a couple of years ago, we were just a couple of lesbians with a hope and a dream. >> reporter: while winter's bone nabbed two acting awards, "black swan" nabbed four. including best actress for natalie portman. kicking off what might be a pretty amazing weekend. >> thank you very much. it's slippery. scared. >> james franco won the indie spirit equivalent of the best actor award. pretty impressive he was there at all given he has to host this show tonight. >> i know. we're excited to talk to you about your oscar picks. i misspoke. you're on the red stairway, not the red carpet. >> for a second, i thought those were know flakes behind you. >> all right chris. we'll see you in a little bit. >> it's cold enough. for sure. >>> coming up, survivors. a couple trapped in a deserted ditch for five days. both of them have diabetes. how did they survive? >>> and oscars special guests. the kids from new york's p.s. 22 get set for their night in the spotlight. i'm sam chernin, owner of sammy's fish box. i
. >> it is everybody else that is going to be begging me for their job. >> one-on-one with actor charlie sheen just days after cbs announced they are shelving his show. as you can hear, he may be making his situation worse. >> and the police officer who is not to do it is in court today trying to -- the police officer who is "not a dude >> it has been nearly two months since an undercover baltimore police officer and a subtly were shot to death outside a nightclub. there have been a lot of questions about what went wrong stephanie rawlings-blake and the police commissioner announced an independent investigation officers say william torbit was shot and killed by other police officers who did not know he was under cover at the time and a 22 year-old civilian was also shot and killed. the exact circumstances of his death have not been exposed. >> i just want to bring xiong back. -- sean back. >> it is important to me that we had a strong panel, an independent panel and for a panel of experts. we want to have confidence that nothing like this ever happens again. >> the five-member panel includes a for
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showing charlie sheen? that's not the right piece. >>> who gets the least grief as commander-in-chief? on the head of his 500th birthday, they reveal that despite his accomplishments of freeing the indians, number one is not number one. indeed, jolting george as they called him when he played for the yankees came in fifth. j.f.k. played sports and bill clinton comes in at the number two spot and the super awesome ronald reagan crossing the finish line. in the eight times gal lop asked the question within the past 12 years, lincoln, regan and kennedy topped the list at one time or another. and yet morgan free man's portrayal in the deep impact failed to get a single vote. biggots. either way it goes back to the age old saying, trying to pick a president is like trying to hate sleep me cats with cubs as hats. >> thank goodness we saw that. >> cruiser, can you tell a lot about a person by the -- by their choice of favorite and least favorite president? i think you can. >> i think this poll tells us the american public education system is a complete failure. any goal that can men
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. >>> charlie sheen might have pushed his luck just a little too far this time. we'll talk to a psychiatrist about his odd behavior. and go everywhere. to help revitalize a neighborhood in massachusetts, restore a historic landmark in harlem, fund a local business in chicago, expand green energy initiatives in seattle. because when you're giving, lending and investing in more communities across the country, more opportunities happen. >>> charlie sheen's most recent rant as caused the sitcom "two and a half men" two shut down production for the rest of the season. sheen went on a radio show this week and made unflattering remarks about his executive producer and his critics in general. >> they lay down with their ugly wives in front of their ugly children and look at loser lives and look at plea and say, i can't process it. well, no, you never will. sit back and enjoy the show. >> earlier i talked to psychiatrist mark goulston about sheen's behavior. >> when i think of addiction, with people like clar charlie sheen i think of too much too soon, dopamine, feeling exploited. too much, too soon,
to. >> charlie sheen like you've never heard him before. the interview that has everyone talking today, and why the actor wants cbs to, quote, lick his feet. he's unloading. good afternoon, everybody. i'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. the buzz at the office and online today is about charlie sheen's first morning television interview since his show was cancelled and his career began to take a nose dive. and a short time ago his publicist quit after he did a 45-minute live interview with tmz. >> he also opened up about his lifestyle and relationships with women and with cbs. and his plans to never, ever change. he even wants a raise now. nbc's jeff rosin sat down with sheen. >> reporter: the first question america wants to know. are you clean right now. >> look at me. duh. drug tests don't lie. >> reporter: when was the last time you did drugs? >> don't remember. don't care. drug tests don't lie. the scoreboard doesn't lie. >> reporter: you say you have cured yourself of addiction. you don't believe in alcoholics anonymous. how have you done that? >> i have closed my eyes and
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reporting from benghazi. thank you, ben. >>> charlie sheen declares war against cbs after his show "two and a half men" gets cancelled. if you haven't heard what he said on the radio by now, i don't know, you want to hear it. we'll play it for you. >>> and protesters continue their fight for workers' rights at the state capitol in wisconsin. a live report just ahead on cnn. e with crunchy oats and pure honey. nature valley -- 100% natural. 100% delicious. but there's one that's so clever, it makes your skin look better even after you take it off. neutrogena healthy skin liquid makeup. 98% of women saw improvement in their skin's natural texture, tone, or clarity. does your makeup do that? neutrogena® cosmetics recommended most by dermatologists. >>> let's go now to the protests in this country. outrage on the snowy grounds of the wisconsin state capitol building. thousands protesting a budget bill that would strip public workers of most of their collective bargaining rights. our ted rowlands has been out there for all of the shouting and all of the slogans. ted, it looks like you've go
what charlie sheen has done now. >> whoo! yeah, a little bit of i, i don't know, would you call it a tirade? >> i would call it a tirade and then some in a radio interview yesterday. now production of his hit show has been shut down. and we're going to update you on this situation when we come back. if you're a fan of the show, no more this season. >> no. and even if you're not the story will have you talking all day. or is sweet... and more. if you replace 3 tablespoons of sugar a day with splenda® you'll save 100 calories a day. that could help you lose up to 10 pounds in a year. that's how splenda® is sweet...and more. that could help you lose up to 10 pounds in a year. >>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. >>> good morning. it's 7:55. time for news headlines from cbs 5. i'm frank mallicoat. >>> there is a little snow mixed with the rain and wind this morning in the santa cruz mountains. forecasters say tonight there is a great chance of snow in lower elevations around the bay area that could even include san jose and right here in san francisco. in the sie
advil. >>> when we come back, wait until you hear what charlie sheen has done now. >> whoo! yeah, a little bit of i, i don't know, would you call it a tirade? >> i would call it a tirade and then some in a radio interview yesterday. now production of his hit show has been shut down. and we're going to update you on this situation when we come back. if you're a fan of the show, no more this season. >> no. and even if you're not the story will have you talking all day. or is sweet... and more. if you replace 3 tablespoons of sugar a day with splenda® you'll save 100 calories a day. that could help you lose up to 10 pounds in a year. that's how splenda® is sweet...and more. [ female announcer ] important events can sneak up on you. oh, i am not ready. can i have a couple weeks? [ female announcer ] but with yoplait light's two week tune up, you could be ready. you could lose 5 pounds in 2 weeks when you replace breakfast and lunch with a fruit, grain, and yoplait light. betsy bets. you haven't changed a bit. oh...neither have you... sean. well, yeah. [ female announcer ] go to yop
today. >>> production on "two and a half men" shut down for the season after charlie sheen lashed out at its cocreator and alcoholic anonymous. >> i have a disease? [ bleep ]. i cured it with my brain, with my mind. i'm done. >>> and oscar odds. will "the king's speech" steal the academy award or does "the fighter" have a puncher's chance? perhaps "black swan" could dance away with top honors. we are in hollywood with a preview of the awards show. today, friday, february 25, preview of the awards show. today, friday, february 25, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> welcome to a split edition of "today" on this friday morning. i'm meredith vieira in los angeles. >> i'm willie geist in studio 1a. matt has the morning off. meredith is hanging with the stars while we're in cold, wet manhattan. the treacherous weather is on the east and west coasts including the storm that led to tragedy in kentucky. >> the victims were members of an amish couple. a married couple and their children were crossing a creek when their buggy turned over. more ahead. >> and a college student
and not queen elizabeth? charlie sheen being, well, charlie sheen? >> you know, they lay down with their ugly wives in front of their ugly children and look at their loser lives and look at me and say i can't process it! no, you never will. stop trying. sit back and enjoy the show! >> this time his rant cost him his job and a lot of other people their job. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> welcome aboard, folks. live from studio e, they were up in the middle of the night. 1:00 this morning in the assembly of wisconsin's state legislature. they finally passed that budget repair bill. now, just like the u.s. congress, there are two houses. you've got the assembly and you've got the senate. the senate democrats are still in illinois. but the important thing is it is moving forward because the democrats in the assembly, every one of them voted against it. and four republicans voted against it but there was a majority and in the end, it prevailed. >> but are those senate democrats -- are they actually coming home at night and getting clean clothes at their house? well, that's what the govern
sheen still has a lot to say. >> yeah, i am on a drug. it's called charlie sheen. it's not available because if you try it once, you will die! >> and that's not all. he's filing a multimillion dollar lawsuit. we'll give you the details. >> oh, boy. eel good? oh, yeah. eel good? v8 juice gives you 3 of your 5 daily servings of vegetables. v8. what's your number? ♪ you know how i feel i feel like jennifer hson but with new arms, new legs, and this smile. ♪ freedom is mine ♪ and i know how i feel i'm loving weight watchers new pointsplus program and the edge it's giving me. ♪ it's a new dawn, a new day i've got even more control now. ♪ and i'm feeling good [ female announcer ] join now for free. hurry, offer ends march 12th. weight watchers new pointsplus. because it works. isn't some optional pursuit. a privilege for the ultra-wealthy. it's a necessity. find investments with e-trade's top 5 lists. quickly. easily. use pre-defined screeners and insightful trading ideas to dig deeper. work smarter. not harder. depend on yourself the one person you should trust to take charge o
, coming up. >>> plus, charlie sheen's rather unexpected phone calls to a radio show. he talked candidly about drugs, why being sober bores him, and whether he's ever been drunk on the set of his hit sitcom. he even offered advice to lindsay lohan. >>> but we begin on this thursday morning with the deadly violence in bahrain where anti-government protesters clashed. jackie deangelis lives in manama. she's joining us now by phone. jackie, good morning to you. i know that the protest in bahrain began to percolate as the streets of egy(t were boiling over. talk to me about the scope of the protests and what seemed to escalate the protests in the last 12 hours. >> we've been following this story for the last three days. protests started peaceful, although there were some clashes of violence that we saw, but pretty much peaceful once it got to the pearl round-about. the last time i was there was 11:00 last night, local time. i was looking down on it. there was music playing. there were women and children. people were eating food. it almost seemed like a festival more than a protest. i went ba
're going to need it. >> you heard that conversation yesterday. danny bonaduce's advice to charlie sheen. the question is, will they follow it? he seems to have a lot of time on his hands. what his bosses at cbs are doing today. brooke anderson is next with that. uh, i'm in a timeout because apparently riding the dog like it's a small horse is frowned upon in this establishment! luckily though, ya know, i conceal this bad boy underneath my blanket just so i can get on e-trade. check my investment portfolio, research stocks... wait, why are you taking... oh, i see...solitary. just a man and his thoughts. and a smartphone... with an e-trade app. ♪ nobody knows... [ male announcer ] e-trade. investing unleashed. >>> time for what's trending. it looks like charlie sheen is headed back to work at the end of this month. "entertainment weekly" is reporting that production will resume on february 28th. sheen surprised many people on monday calling into syndicated radio show for an erratic 28-minute conversation. well, guess what? charlie sheen picked up the phone, he called back to the same sh
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